Into the mind of a rapist – and the law!

This documentary is NOT against India. It’s against RAPE, be it in India, the US, UK, South Africa or anywhere else!

We should watch it and get OUTRAGED.
If we are OUTRAGED enough, the purpose is beginning to be served!

6 Comments Add yours

  1. singhcircle says:

    This video has been removed in India now that the government has objected. Again, a sad state of affairs! How much more will you expose yourself, guys?


  2. Littlesundog says:

    This poignant documentary was well done. I took the time to watch the entire piece… it evoked sadness, horror and disbelief. Though difficult for me to digest, I truly feel documentaries like this are important for all people to see. Every country has issues with rape and human trafficking. It should never happen anywhere. Thank you for being courageous to present this video to your readers.

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    1. singhcircle says:

      It’s a very sad day for us Indians. It’s appalling the government has tried every trick to get it off the BBC. And, of course, they have failed. It was pulled from YouTube but it’s reappeared – possibly uploaded by another person. In this day and age, how can one take such measures? That said, I agree, rape is a universal problem and needs to be tackled. This documentary is anti rape and NOT anti-India. Governments the world over are INSENSITIVE and senseless, to say the least!

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      1. Littlesundog says:

        This is one of the things I love about you, my friend… you are very passionate about these issues. This was a very thought-provoking documentary. I realize how fortunate I am to live in rural America where rape is not prevalent.

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  3. jajit says:

    Thanks for sharing the video. By banning the documentary the govt of India have revealed more about their mindset than the actual act of banning it. It’s a reflection that sexism and a complete disregard for humanity exists on so many levels. It highlights their hypocrisy and if they’re worried about the image of India, there’s a million injustices that occur on a daily basis in that country that have already ruined the reputation of India.


  4. singhcircle says:

    Agree with you completely. Ridiculous how a senior government minister even went to the extent to call this film a conspiracy against India. For heaven’s sake, wake up!!


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